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. >>> it is 8 after the hour. >>> coming up, going green at college. how american university is enhancing its reputation as an eco friendly campus. >>> right now it is time to focus on maryland's weather and traffic. here's howard. >> a front is coming through with a couple of isolated sprinkles in the montgomery and frederick county boarders. watch for the wind. it will kick up the fire danger. we start with temperatures in the 70s. some 60s to the west. western maryland far different today. garrett conte will struggle to warm up. we will be by noon in the low to mid-80s. maybe warmer than that in one or two spots and this afternoon temperatures upper 80s and near 90. oakland is only 72. cooler were on the way tomorrow. more on that in a few. angie goff has a look at the maryland traffic. >> we begin with a focus on a crash in the clinton area at brandywine where it meets horseshoe road. you want to use caution heading out this way. next we want to take you live to sky 9. looking at 95 southbound and part of the sky that is over this roadway. i want you to know near 198 we had early morning
. >> and american university study of this year's primary races shows 4 million more americans have voted democrat. new york congressman charlie rangel won easily despite 13 ethics charges against him. he says he's returning to capitol hill stronger than ever. i am emily schmidt in washington. >> stay with us all morning for your latest election coverage. >> bus drivers interest george's county are still on strike. they walked off the job monday. the talks broke down yesterday over several issues including health insurance coverage. half of the bus routes had some service yesterday after the company brought in replacement drivers. >>> metro is investigating a communications failure that happened after escalators broke down. altria escalators at the wheaton station stopped working monday evening. metro closed the station. but then a train stopped there and passengers got off. metro is trying to determine why that happened. >> fairfax county police are stymied in their search for the killer of a 19-year-old woman found murdered in her car. vanessa pham was found stabbed to death in her overturned to
.com. the american university business school graduate is among the 7 million people in the country working two or more jobs. >> in this economy, it's tough and it's nice to have a little bit of extra money. >> reporter: seeking sitters started it because of her own trouble. >> my husband ethan was laid off and we decided if we're going to do it, we should do it now. >> reporter: while inflation has raised, wages have failed to keep pace. for uncle sam's nieces and nephews, the answer is not the great. more and more are struggling to find even one job. >> kay lynn brown and justin brown, i am still looking for a job. it is difficult to find employment these days. >> i have a second job. i feel blessed, definitely. >> reporter: layoffs may force more workers to take more work just to stay even. in rockville, bruce leshan, 9 news now. >> maryland's attorney general is warning candidates, play nice. doug gansler issued a statement saying campaign pro sures have been printed and some that leave false impressions that they've been endorsed when they haven't. he said fake ballots have also been print
it. hopefully they will be heard. >> i have a question about american competitiveness. we have a president who keeps speaking about people needing to have jobs in the new digital marketplace. are american university's graduate in the kinds of employees that you need to grow your business -- universities graduating the kinds of employees that you need to grow your business? >> there is not -- there is a tremendous number of people getting involved in the internet and entrepreneurially creating interesting services. i am a moderate a panel on thursday with one of the founders of twitter. these things are happening. i think they will continue to happen. we have an economic system that provides consumers, capital, technology, and it is a great idea. it is much more competitive around the world. it will always be fairly competitive. >> thank you for being on "the communicators." >> thank you. nice to see you. >> chris cookson, president of sony picture technologies and chief officer of their 3d technology center. 3d is the big buzz right now. where is this going? >> hopefully it is
, but the universities are the best in a row. seven of the top 10 are american universities. we are meeting in nanotechnology, biotechnology. if we unleash our entrepreneur real forces -- >> high school dropouts. >> if you look at the testing scores, singapore usually wiped the floor of the united states. that is quite a disparity. when you look at the low income neighborhoods, the test scores are very low. but when you look at the better off neighborhoods, the test scores are on the level. i think we are going to have to learn as a nation to be one of several, that we cannot ship history, that we will not always be out in front on everything. that does not matter. >> a few million gated communities? >> i am not sure. >> i really think we are on the cusp. if we can control the trends of the future and continue to lead in energy, we can leading communication. >> we are losing in energy in many ways. we have, you know -- we do not have the domestic resources in oil. nuclear technology, the great long-term hope is largely gone overseas. we cannot even build machines. we do not have the capacit
that he founded at american university at washington. he tries to teach ethical film making but concedes the reason he's cut corners over the years is simple. it's money. >> when you're under that pressure and money is running out and the weather is closing in, ethics is the last thing on your mind. you are after that shot. >> reporter: so, you bring your own wolves, you know you'll get the shot. and if you can tug at the viewer's heart-strings, you know you'll get the ratings. if the industry went completely, completely honest by the way you describe honest, would the movies get really boring? >> i think you can do it, but it take as lot of creativity, a lot of hard work. >> reporter: but just not too much creativity. part of this is up to those that eat this stuff up. you watch "whales" and you get wrappeup in the struggle of this pair, misty and echo, mother and child. but how do they know their names? >> we made them up. >> reporter: and you see misty and echo set off on a journey of thousands of miles to reach their feedings grounds in alaska and it makes it seem like they might not
need to go for a while. and we need to bring in some fresh people. >> reporter: an american university study of this year's primary races shows 4 million more republicans have voted than democrats. that voter gap could prove critical in november's midterm elections. and new york congressman, charlie rangel, won easily last night, despite 13 ethics charges that are pending against him. he told his supporters, he's returning to washington, stronger than ever. rob and vinita? >> emily schmidt, life in washington this morning. thank you. >>> a few other results now. the once-popular mayor of washington, d.c. has been ousted from office. adrian fenty conceded overnight. some voters said he had become out of touch. >> one-time mtv reality star, sean duffy, won his primary for congress. >> and richard nixon's grandson stumbled on his first entry into politics. chris cox came in third out of three republican candidates for congress here in new york. >>> now, to a developing story from the middle east. the palestinians are now threatening to walk out of peace talks if the jewish settlements and
to report north of the district live from university and 95 and the bw parkway, looks like nothing but green cars telling us drivers are moving at speed past 32 to 495. back to you. >>> we enjoyed the holiday but millions of americans wish they had a job to go to on labor day instead of spending time with friends. that's because they are out of work. millions of others are taking second jobs to pay the bills. bruce leshan looks a some options. >> jennifer already has a full- time job as a manager of a downtown office building but she has taken a second job as a baby-sitter. >> it's been great. it's been a great opportunity for me to continue to do what i love to do, which is baby- sitting. >> reporter: she uses the website seekingsitters.com which connects her with parents looking for someone to watch their children. the american university business school graduate is among the 7 million people in the country working two or more jobs. >> in this economy, it is tough and it's nice to have a little extra money. >> reporter: seekingsitters dc franchise owner got in to the business because of he
million more republicans than democrats voted in this year's primary according to american university study. >>> still ahead, three hostages held in the discovery communications building will tell their story for the first time. >> men are going to be men. >> and nfl sexual harassment scandal hits close to home. why clinton portis is under fire. >> another check on traffic and weather every ten minutes first. if we will have more on 0 >>> i am from the invertebrate exhibit at the smithsonian national zoo. this is our octopus octavia. she loves seafood for breakfast. good morning, washington. >>> 5:40 on this wednesday morning. welcome back. 54 in fort belvoir. 53 and sterling. 60 in germantown. park.palmer it is a little cooler than yesterday morning. gainesville, 57. waldorf, 55. 55 in upper marlboro. low 80's this afternoon with a lot of sunshine, a few scattered clouds. similar to what we have seen the past couple weeks. a light northwesterly wind at 5- 10. gaithersburg, 64. culpeper, 62 degrees -- 52. as a developing low pressure system in the upper midwest that will track eastwa
to an american university study of primary races so far, 4 million more republicans have voted this year than democrats. that's an astounding number, because until now, democrats had voted in larger number s in evey mid-term election season since the 1930s. it's a dramatic change from two years ago, when barack obama was attracting large numbers of new voters looking for change. many of those voters are now staying home. the challenge for democrats is to try to recapture some of that energy that got barack obama elected president. but it's not happening yet, diane, and there are only seven weeks left until election day. >> all right, jon, thank you. >>> and we want to tell everyone about some disturbing new evidence tonight about one aspect of violent crime in america. as we told you last night, the fbi says violent crime dropped last year. the number of rapes down more than 2.5%. but today, a number of women came forward to say they are rape victims, but their police department simply looked the other way, in case after case. pierre thomas on the searing testimony. >> reporter: sara reedy's
the american public universities are still here to have you. butz you are watching abc7 news at 5:00 p.m., on your side. >> an announcement on the breaking news we brought you at the top of the hour. >> police say man shot a doctor at johns hopkins hospital this morning in baltimore after receiving bad news about his mother's health. he then shot his mother, taking her life before taking his own life. he has been identified as paul warren pardus of arlington, virginia. the doctor is identified by co- workers as david cohen. he was rushed after surgery, but is expected to be ok. >> are sex offenders hiding in the woods? police believe at least one is hiding out in the woods in montgomery county. a loophole in the system does not require them to register. it >> there has been at least one reported sighting of james rory here in gaithersburg, but authorities say could be in the woods in this county anywhere. he is not wanted for any new crimes. he is wanted because he is homeless, and has not told authorities where he is. >> have you seen this man? 52-year-old sect defender -- convicted s
-lab at american university. they have all the tips of the trade, and clicking on their learning modules will bring you all of the important information and the principles of citizen journalism, like accuracy and fact checking, thoroughness, fairness, transparency, independence, and interviews with so many experts in the field. you can learn from them in their videos that they have posted up here--experts like jay rosen, who explains trust and independence online in this quick, little video. kcnn is full of information that you need to know. it's journalism school for the citizen journalist. frank? >> what do you tell a citizen journalist? what's your bottom line? >> what i tell them is find a community that you can report to, because it is your connection to that community that's gonna keep you honest. i think this is what's not well understood by professional journalists when they look at citizen journalists. they think of sort of these amateurs going out and trying to do what they do. it really arises out of a community of people, which could be geographic or otherwise, that you are a part of an
is not an extreme conservative. >> reporter: american university professor leonard steinhorn said since maryland has a majority of democratic voters, he can't win if he doesn't broaden his base and the governor will have to spend time reaching moderate voters to keep ehrlich from branching out. >> that has to be his strategy. he can't only depend on those votes. >> reporter: most polls have the contest neck item neck -- neck-in-neck leaving the next seven weeks as a rematch and race heading to order in 2nd. >> and there is much more going with the elections here and across the country. go to www.myfoxdc.com and click on the you decide 2010 logo for everything you need ton. >>> prince georges county police are on the scene of a shooting in upper marlboro, maryland. sky fox right now over the 10,000 block of bennington drive and officers say a young man was shot in the chest with a small caliber gun. he's in critical condition and we're working right now to get more information on what happened and you can see there are a number of police vehicles on the scene and we're going to stay on top of the sto
, tufts university and paul, american university, 23. thank you, gentlemen. i want to remind you once again, we're taking the show on the road this thursday, broadcasting live from dallas and the site of one of the largest job fair in america. 2,000 americans expected in the room looking for work. that's thursday at 4:00 p.m. eastern and the job war series continues on this show all week long tomorrow with a look at a gentleman in his 50s. monday, nothing better than a little witchcraft to create jobs. the megapanel here after this. ♪ ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] at&t and blackberry have teamed up to keep your business moving. introducing the blackberry torch. at&t. rethink possible. introducing the blackberry torch. ♪ savor and explore, a the great indoors ♪ ♪ ♪ friskies indoor delights. ♪ feed the senses. ♪ [ upbeat instrumental ] [ rattling ] [ gasps ] [ rattling ] [ laughing ] [ announcer ] close enough just isn't good enough. - if your car is in an accident, - [ laughing continues ] make sure it's repaired with the right replacement parts. take the scary out of life w
you it has been like. let's take you to american university up the road a little bit. northwest d.c. taking a look at the new building. the school of international services building. this is, of course, a green building. lead certified. what does that mean? that means it is a very green building. 3,200 square feet of solar panels on the roof. numerous panels and they capture rain water to use as irrigation. the official opening of that building coming up in about two weeks on the 23rd of september. across our area, we're seeing nothing but sunshine across the region. that sunshine will continue all through the evening hours until the sun sets at about 7:38. 94 degrees. that's the current temperature. humidity, way down. extremely dry. 12% humidity. it feels like 88 out there. it is that dry heat that you hear about out toward air air. sterling at 91 degrees. charlottesville, 92 degrees. you can see this over the last 12 hours moving through region. that's why we've cleared out. behind it, northwesterly winds have help us to warm up but they will start to help us to cool down. look
. >> but it has to be good and it has to be viral. >> reporter: professor leonard steinhorn of american university says unlike 30 second tv ads the web videos can be as long or as nasty as they want to be. >> i think they can get away with some more outrageous visuals than they might be able to do on television. >> reporter: but while we often hear politicians denouncing negative advertising, you'd be hard pressed to find any apologies in this race. in fact, governor o'malley says his online strategy is an important part of getting out his message. >> i believe that's probably the best thing that our campaign has going for it. >> reporter: robert ehrlich was in st. mary's county friday and his spokesman said of the o'malley campaign he can't run on his own record because it's a record of failures. so they're just trying to distract voters with these web attacks. in ellicott city, tom fitzgerald, fox 5 news. >>> here we go again, the president of iran once again raising eyebrows. coming up next what he said about the 9/11 attacks and why he was not happy when he gave an exclusive interview to fox n
replevy in our dna. a deadly day on the campus of a major american university. swat tanks rolling down the streets of the university of texas at austin this afternoon after a 19-year-old student ran into the library with an ak 47 and started firing. it sent the whole campus into an immediate lock down. now we know he was a sophomore majoring in math and this is his picture. he's colton tooly. or he was. this picture from his driver's license taken last year, the witnesses from today say he was wearing a dark suit and a ski mask when he just began to shoot near a fountain and towards a church. cops say they chased him into the library where he eventually shot and killed himself. somehow nobody else got hurt. one student says she walked right into tooly while she was on her way to class. >> when he looked at us, i was like wow, my life is in his hands. you never know. he could have easily shot us. i mean since there was two of us, it wasn't worth it to him. i'm scared. >> shepard: investigators say there were no obvious signs that this guy was trouble and that they're still investigating
. >> a recent american university poll highlights this year's republican voter excitement. it shows the average republican voter turn-out for senate and gubernatorial candidates this year exceeded the democratic vote for the first time in a mid-term primary, since 1930. the average percentage of democratic voter turn-out was the lowest ever. while the g.o.p. average was the highest since 1970. meantime, the white house denies report it might launch an anti-tea party ad campaign, saying there is simply no truth to it. in washington, steve centanni, fox news. >> bret: senior political analyst brit hume is here to tell us about the one voice recommending that the fellow democrats tread softly when critical of the tea party candidates. good evening. >> hello, bret. say this for bill clinton he is nothing if not politically savvy and he seems to remember what happened the last time democrats and their president belittled the opposition when the country was turning against them. 16 years ago, then president clinton campaigned all over the country against what he called the republican contract on amer
view from the skywalker american university park, and off in the distance is fairfax county at the horizon, louden county, right now 82 at national airport where so far as we recorded 2010, this is the hottest year on record to date. it doesn't look like much relief today. right now we're well into the 80s. th is more like midsummer than early autumn in the shenandoah valley, many locations already near 90. right near the bay waters, a bit of a wind. annapolis, it's 81 there. whington national is only at 82. i say only 82, because andrews air force base, prince georges county, in the mid 80s. out of the mountains of western maryland it's near 80 there, too. on the eastern shore the mid 80s at the atlantic beaches near 80 degrees, a great beach toy. tomorrow should be a good beach day as well. as we go forward with the last 12 hours we've seen just a few high clouds coming through here. right now we have generally lots of sunshine with a bit of haze in the area. we have tropical storm matthew that's already now beginning to spread rains into nicaragua and honduras. it is movi
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.com which connects her with parents looking for someone to watch their children. the american university business school graduate is among the 7 million people in the country working two or more jobs. >> in this economy, it is tough and it's nice to have a little extra money. >> seekingdust sitters dc franchise owner got in to the business because of her family's trouble with the economy. >> my his ban was laid off earlier this year and we decided if we are going to do this we do this now. >> reporter: while corporate pretax profits are surged $400 billion since the depth of the recession, wages and employment have failed to keep pace. >> happy labor day. >> reporter: for a lot of uncle sam's nieces and nephews the answer to that question is not that grit, more and more of us are struggling to find even one job. >> katlin brown, justin brown and marcus brown. >> i am still looking for a job. yawn, it's really difficult to find employment these days. >> allows me to have a second job. i feel blessed definitely. >> layoffs and stagnating wages may force more workers to take more work just
for a while and we need to bring in some fresh people. >> an american university study of this year's primary races shows 4 million more republicans have voted than democrats. that voter gap could prove critical in november midterm election. >> charlie rangel won easily despite 13 ethics charges against him. >> despite years of animosity, former president bill clinton has endorsed democratic jerry brown in the california governor's race. clinton says they've put their differences behind them. but as you just saw in our last commercial break, mr. clinton is featured in a meg whitman commercial blasting brown for raising taxes while he was governor in 1970s. clinton made that comment as brown's rival in the 1992 presidential primary. they were based on a cnn report that turned out to be wrong. >> two hurricanes and a tropical storm are spinning through the atlantic. igor is packing winds up to 145 mph and is on track to hit bermuda. this is nasa video. julia was elevated to a category 4 storm this morning. it's packing winds of 135 mph. neither hurricane is expected to reach landfall in the u.s
persons. so that brings concern as well as research done by american university shows that there's an increase in vandalism and attacks on mosques and also on the construction of mosques. and there's a climate that's been set, ugly climate that's been set, that leads towards that whole situation of responding in a very violent way. >> what kind of steps are american-muslims taking to take care? >> well, fortunately, you know, george bush really set the climate early on after 9/11, that there would be zero tolerance for physical backlash despite the fact we had some. that was one of the president's finest moments in terms of talking about the security and the safety of american muslims and not scapegoating them for something that al qaeda did. and so, there's been a building of good relationships with law enforcement at the local level. and so consequencely, we feel that that situation is being nurtured more and that there's going to mo ing ting to more vi enforcement themselves in gainsville, where they're going to supposedly burn -- >> i think -- >> i think we're there. >> i've
at american universities, plus any new immigrants who are willing to come here and to start a business and to hire people, we ought to give them a special green card, call it a job creators' visa it doesn't take a job away from anybody else and in our view, we put out papers of this on our website we think we could get at least 100,000 new businesses started without the federal government spending a dime. >> i hope you will come back and meet us. it is a pleasure to discover some of your research, robert, and for you to give us some time this afternoon. chris and dave, thank you for your analysis. i think i'm going to keep all three of you guys. take a moment. we are back, the president teeing up the podium in the rose garden just seconds ago. we take a quick break. we are back with our panel and the presidentsome it small businesses versus big businesses or is it new businesses versus old businesses? the statistics say it is the new businesses that make jobs in this country and the old businesses that control our government, trying to protect themselves from new businesses that makes
at american university and former ambassador. you testified in court that there were red flags from a security point of view regarding the mosque. what are the red flags? >> several were introduced into evidence during the court proceedings. that speak to this issue that you've touched on which is that the imam and others who are involved in the board of the mosque are proponents of sharia. the totalitarian program, political military legal program that's at odds with the constitution of the united states. has as its purpose, and that kind of activity is a red flag that ought to preclude it from being allowed to operate in murfreesboro or for that matter, any other community in the united states. >> the idea that this imam and people haved here for many, many years and practiced here for decades without any problems. and i mean, how are they trying to take over the united states from murfreesboro, tennessee? >> i don't think i suggested they are trying to take it over from murfreesboro, tennessee. i'm suggesting that it's a place like that. they are promoting a program that is at odds with our
east and what they say. the last exact poll done by american university which you'll find on its site has told two questions... name two dangerous countries in the world. 88% said the zionist regime first, second, the government of the united states 77%. why is that the case? because of all these interventions. why didn't they intervene in other people's affairs? >> rose: on the level of the conversation that you've just suggested, may i just say the following? in anticipation of coming to see you, which i said the fifth interview that we have done, the thing that people most wanted me to talk about was human rights violations. i am telling you that there is a strong feeling your government and the revolutionary guard are violating human rights in an increased way. >> ( translated ): our status in the world is rising. the status of the world does not belong to the united states government alone, mr. rose. you see, we can choose to close and shut our eyes to reality and perceive reality the way we'd like to and keep speaking about it and announcing it. the reality on the ground doesn't
. researchers at american university counted the number of people who voted in the primaries that have been held so far this year and found 4 million more republicans have turned out than democrats. 4 million more. they counted. understanding what's going to happen in the elections and why means disserng among all the data out there which data, which numbers are most predictive of what is going to happen on election day. a poll that tells you how a fictional does not exist republican might do against a fictional does not exist democrat? it's probably not all that ç predictive. a survey that tries to measure how voters might feel eight weeks from now, that is only slightly less hypothetical. but the actual observed number of people who have voted this year, the number of republicans compared with the actual observed number of democrats who have voted this year, that's actually a real number. a 4 million vote turnout deficit in the primaries is a very bad news metric for democrats. but it's also a good number in the sense that it is a solid, measurable, not hypothetical, not chatter based bad ne
the political environment. last week, there was a study out from the american university looking at voter turnout. for the first time since 1930, there's been a greater republican turnout in the statewide primaries than there is on the democratic side. all the energy, all the enthusiasm, and all the activism is on the republican side, and primary season is over, jeff, "now, so all of this that took place between the tea party and the establishment republican party during primary season, that energy now turns for the next seven weeks on to the democratic party with the sole goal of trying to knock them from majority status to minority status. >> brown: but for today-- and i saw you smiling as it happened-- we got to see robert gibbses quoting karl rove which you don't see too often. >> you don't see that too often. >> brown: david chalian >> ifill: coming up, we'll have more analysis of yesterday's results. that will be followed by two takes on mexico; the ambassador on the drug wars and the decline in tourism on the baja peninsula. plus, pakistan's militants providing flood relief, and a
of hours. there is that hazy summer-like sky here late september. live view, american university in the foreground. often the middle stance, t pacades. national airport where so far this year we've counted 64 days counting yesterday's temperature into the mid-90s. 90 degrees or higher. today willikely be number 65, the all-time record, 67 set back in 1980. well, we have temperatures already now above 80 around most the region. low 80s around the shenandoah valley, the blue ridge, much of virginia, the district of columbia, and most of maryland. there's a wind off the waterin annapolis, a bit cooler. but elsewhere, most locations near 80. and down through central virginia and the carolinas, it's a little bit hotter off in the mountains, western maryland west virginia, the upper 70s there. over the last 12 hours, we had those evening thunderstormnow way off and really diminishing out over the atlantic. we've got a weak area of high pressure giving us now the sunny sky. this high pressure is going to slowly drift off the atlantic sea board. now, we do have a tropical depression -- i
county police. >>> a former employee of american university is sentenced to a year and a day in prison. martine works for the law school. she stole nearly $400,000 in checks made out to au's law review and other law journals. she did it over the course o six years. she reached a plea deal with prosecutors and agreed to pay back all of that money. >>> we have an update this morning on a story that prompted dozens of you to call and e-mail our newsroom. yesterday on "news 4 today" we introduced you to louisa diaz. she had mitted she hadn't paid her rent so the owner had no choice to evict her. all of her belongings were put out onto the street. she d a lot of stuff. in fact it strehed for blocks. after her story aired we had an outpouring of support. j.k. moving showed up on the sce and moved some of her stuff to storage for free. she even received several job offers. >> that's good. that's very good. it's very encouraging to see the public response to that kind of situation. >> now we just need to find out if she's going to find a place to live. that's the unanswered question here. all
washington's neighborhoods around american university park in the foreground. off in the middle distance is arlington and beyond that fairfax and loudon counties to the right of the screen. 77 at national airport where the summer goes down on the record books as the hottest summer on record in washington, the summer of 2010. boy, don't we know it. well will, right now it's certainly pleasant, temperatures in the 70s from the shenandoah valley all the way to the atlantic beaches and this morning around the blue ridge and san dough area valley it dipped into the upper and mid-40s this morning. locally down into the low and mid-50s in the nearby suburbs and rural areas. national airport bottomed out into the low 60s. now in the 70s, low humidity. a terrific day. look out at the mountains, still only in the 60s after they started out this morning only around 40 degrees. the coolest morning of the season so far. thanks to a large area of high pressure up and down the atlantic seaboard bringing us this dry weather, it will be in place for the next couple of days. meanwhile, out in the tropical
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